|Shat Memorial Plaque at the Chamber of the Holocaust on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. For a larger view, click on plaque.
- Shat, Shatt, Shot (Yiddish)
- Shaty, Shatsk (Russian)
- Szaty (Polish)
Maps (Latitude 55°17´, Longitude 24°15´)
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- 1:500,000 by Jāņa Sēta Map Publishers, Riga, Latvia
- Map of unknown origin (1 inch = 8 miles)
- Corresponding numbered map to 1862 Šėta inventory list
- Karte des Westlichen Russlands, Sheet 0-20 Kiejdany, 1911, from Library of Congress
- 1:25,000 by Lithuania Authorities, Sheet 383, Šėta, 1930-1932, from library of University of California at Berkeley
- Russian Empire, 1:126,000, Sheet XII-3, 1875, from Library of Congress
- Russia in Europe, Part V, London, published by Baldwin & Craddock, 1835
- Westrussland, Nördliche Hälfte by A. Thomas u. G. Jungk, 1898
- Corresponding numbered map to 1922 Šėta property owners
Background Information and History
- Shtetl Finder Gazetteer by Chester G. Cohen. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1989.
- Article on Šėta by Joseph Rosin (Haifa, Israel). English edited by Joe Woolf.
- Pinkas HaKehillot Lita (Encyclopedia
of Lithuanian Jewish Communities) by Dov Levin, Hebrew University, 1996. Translation
of Seta chapter from the Hebrew.
- Yidishe Shtet, shtetlekh un dorfishe yishuvim in Lite: biz 1918 (Jewish Cities,
Towns and Villages in Lithuania until 1918) by Berl Kagan, Brooklyn, NY, 1991. Translation of Seta chapter from the Yiddish.
- Yahadut Lita (Lithuanian Jewry), Volumes 3 and 4
The Association of The Lithuanian Jews in Israel, Tel Aviv,
1967 and 1984. Translation of Seta chapter from the Hebrew.
- Lite (Lithuania), Volume 1
Lithuanian Archival Documents
1892 Šėta box tax list in the original Cyrillic (click on image
for larger view - 120KB)
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Compiled by Ada Green
Updated 18 May 2020
Copyright © 2000-2020 Ada Green
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